Germany’s industrial slump unexpectedly deepened in October amid a steep decline in investment goods, raising concerns that some of the early signs of a manufacturing revival may have already been smothered.
German industrial slump deepens with worst output drop in decade
UK house prices posted their biggest annual gain in seven months in November, according to mortgage lender Halifax.
Halifax: UK house prices rise most in seven months
South Korea went down one notch to rank as the fourth-largest trading partner of Japan in October, data showed on Friday, indicating that demand for Japanese goods here has been weak amid the trade row between the two Asian neighbors.
South Korea slips to become Japan's No. 4 export destination amid trade row
The IMF has approved a second tranche of a $247 million loan to be paid to Angola under its Extended Fund Facility following a review of the southern African oil producer’s progress under the program.
IMF approves $247 million reform loan to Angola
Tehran hosted the 12th Iran-Kyrgyzstan Joint Economic Committee meeting on December 3-4, during which the two sides discussed numerous issues regarding the expansion of trade ties.
Iran, Kyrgyzstan discuss expansion of trade ties
The Dutch Ambassador to Tehran Jacques Werner said that his country is willing to establish mutual cooperation with the Kish Free Zone Organization in water management, renewable energies and foodstuffs.
Netherlands ready to cooperate with Iran in water management, renewable energies
An intergovernmental trade facilitation agreement was signed by the chairman of Belarus’ State Customs Committee, Yuri Senko, and the head of the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration, Mehdi Mirashrafi.
Iran, Belarus sign trade facilitation agreement
The economic and energy cooperation between Iran and Tajikistan is growing like never before, mainly as a result of sanctions which have caused Iran to focus more on investment and export opportunities in nearby countries, said Iran’s Minister of Energy Reza Ardakanian on the sidelines of a meeting with his Tajik counterpart Usmonali Yunusali Usmonzoda in Tehran.
Iran-Tajikistan economic, energy cooperation growing: Minister
Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani, in a letter to the Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, announced the laws on an agreement on a shipping line between Iran and Kazakhstan in the Caspian Sea.
Iran-Kazakhstan shipping line laws announced
Large swathes of France’s workforce, spanning generations, will go on strike on Thursday day to protest the government’s planned overhaul of the pension system.
French workers ready for long strike to fight pension change

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